Civid wedding, Micro Wedding

The Beauty of a Microwedding Part 2

Katie and Ben got married at The Church Of St Mary in Woolavington, October last year. They then went on to celebrate at

Although not what Katie and Ben had originally planned, their wedding was beautiful, so much love shared as well as being intimate and special.

It was a joy to capture every moment of their day!

Bride Katie writes:

To anyone who is disappointed that their big day is yet again suspended by Covid, I would strongly recommend when it’s possible that if you get the chance to have a small wedding then crack on. 

My husband Ben and I originally had a big wedding planned for 150 guests and were gutted when it was postponed, and then postponed again. However when we sat back and thought what’s more important and the reasons to why we are getting married it was about us and nobody else, so we thought what the hell and cracked on anyway with a micro wedding of 15. It wasn’t the day we had planned but it was still amazing and the best day of my life! 

So for those that are disappointed that they won’t have a huge wedding, please don’t be as it’s about the two of you and nobody else.

Bridal Preparations
Father’s first look at Bride Katie
Katie and her dad arrive at the Church
Groom Ben rocking his personalised mask
An emotional approach towards husband to be Ben
The Vows
Laughter shared
Confetti Shower
Oscar provides an extra confetti shower
Mr & Mrs Houlihan arrive at
Pure Joy
Sharing that pure joy!
I’ll let the image do the talking
Cheers everyone!

The Beauty of a Microwedding Part 2

January 22, 2021